Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Quad Cities, IA IL

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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
633 PM CST Sun Nov 27 2016

Cloudy skies and rain showers were overspreading the region this
evening, as a warm front associated with a storm system over
central Nebraska was moving across the region. Early rainfall
amounts ranged from a few hundreths in the Quad Cities to near
four tenths of an inch in Cedar Rapids. High temperatures across
the region were in the middle 40s.

Rain showers will continue overnight, and will gradually taper off
during the morning, as the warm front slowly lifts northward.
Final rainfall totals will be between a half to three quarters of
an inch. Overnight low temperatures, will remain in the middle

Skies will remain cloudy throughout the day Monday, before
the threat of rain showers, with isolated thunderstorms, returns
for the afternoon as a cold front begins to approach the area.
High temperatures for Monday, will climb into the middle 50s.


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